Cricut Projects

Personalized Harry Potter World Shirts

Black tank top with gold design that says "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good" in Harry Potter style

My sister and brother in law are amazing and planned the most amazing trip for my Harry Potter obsessed nieces! When my sister told me that they were taking the girls to Harry Potter World, she asked if I could make them matching shirts. Having spent one of my milestone birthdays (mind you, I was grown ?) at the Harry Potter World in Orlando, I completely understand the obsession! I was so excited to be in charge of making some awesome shirts for them!

I searched online for different ideas and came across a few that I really liked. Then… I hopelessly tried to create my own with some of the great Harry Potter fonts you can find (I downloaded this Harry P font). As I have previously mentioned, I still sometimes struggle with Cricut Design Space. Luckily, I was able to find the perfect Harry Potter designs from The Navage Patch, which are free when you sign up for their newsletter. I really love how the shirts turned out!

I used the “I Solemnly Swear I Am Up to No Good” SVG for the fronts of all the shirts. On the backs of the parents’ shirts, I used an SVG my sister sent me of Harry’s glasses and scar, and put their names beneath that image.

Piece of transfer sheet with iron on design folded in half with a shirt in the background
After cutting out the design and weeding, I folded the transfer sheet in half to find the middle.
Gray t-shirt with a shirt ruler near the collar and a yellow design that says "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good"
I placed the design about 3 inches below the neckline.
Back of a gray t-shirt with Harry Potter style glasses and Harry Potter lightning bolt scar with the name "Pearl" below them
I personalized a V-neck for my sister’s shirt and learned a valuable lesson for next time — I will be sure to place a small pressing mat in the shirt so that I don’t get marks from the V in the front pressing on the back (if that makes sense – see the marks under the bridge of the glasses?).

For the girls’ shirts, I used the “Wizard in Training” SVG from The Navage Patch and added the girls’ names below it using the Harry P font.

White t-shirt with a sparkly black design that says "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good"
White t-shirt with glitter black design that says Wizard in Training Emma
I made the girls white t-shirts with glitter black HTV.
Picture of two black tank tops with gold designs that say "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good" on the front and "wizard in training Emma" on the back
I really love how the black tank tops with gold HTV turned out!
Two folded shirts with black tank top with gold design that says I solemnly swear that I am up to no good and white and black stickers on the left hand side that say Crafts by Krystal
Tissue wrapped shirts with a white and black sticker that says Crafts by Krystal, handmade with love
I have been working on figuring out how to make stickers and decided to wrap the girls’ shirts in tissue for them to open since they were a surprise.

My nieces were so excited when they opened these and I am thrilled they loved their shirts/tanks! My toddler, who is Harry Potter obsessed because her cool older cousins are, insisted she needed a shirt too ? It will be some years before she will be able to read the books and watch the movies, but she is very happy to have a shirt like her cousins! ?

I hope this is helpful if you have some Harry Potter fans in your house! Let me know if you have any questions in the comments ?